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The Qualitative Studies section of the Proceedings contains the following 10 papers: "An Alternative to Alternative Media'" (James Hamilton); "A Critical Assessment of News Coverage of the Ethical Implications of Genetic Testing" (David A. Craig); "Earth First! and the Boundaries of Postmodern Environmental Journalism" (Rick Clifton Moore); "Social Movement Organization Collective Action Frames and Press Receptivity: A Case Study of Land Use Activism in a Maryland County" (Brian B. Feeney); "Building a Heartline to America: Quiz Shows and the Ideal of Audience Participation in Early Broadcasting" (Olaf Hoerschelmann); "The Cadaverous Bad Boy as Dream-Shadow Trickster: Why Freddy Krueger Won't Let Teens Rest In Peace" (Paulette D. Kilmer); "Reframing a House of Mirrors: Communication and Empowerment in a Community Leadership Program" (Eleanor M. Novek); "On the Possibility of Communicating: Critical Theory, Feminism, and Social Position" (Fabienne Darling-Wolf); "Memory and Record: Evocations of the Past in Newspapers" (Stephanie Craft); and "Interior Design Magazines as Neurotica" (Kim Golombisky). (PA)

Descriptors: Audience Participation, Case Studies, Critical Theory, Feminism, Genetics, Higher Education, Journalism, Mass Media Role, Media Research, Popular Culture, Qualitative Research











Author: Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.

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